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As an Engineer with international experience, you can bring a lot of value to the Canadian workforce. Do you want guidance and support for returning to your desired career? Find out how the Career Loans program can help skilled newcomers in Alberta and Saskatchewan achieve their career goals.

The Career Loans program is designed to assist skilled newcomers like yourself, who have international experience and want to return to your profession or explore an alternative career path in the same field. Eligible members will receive free career and financial counselling from our experts. If desired, program members can also request a micro loan of up to $15,000 provided by our financial partner at HSBC.

Why Register for Career Loans?

✔Free counselling sessions with our experts
✔Guidance through the accreditation process (for engineers and other careers)
✔Virtual services that can be accessed from the comfort of your home
✔Assistance with a micro loan application
✔Trusted program funded by the Government of Canada (ESDC)

Newcomers may have difficulties accessing traditional bank loans due to a lack of Canadian credit history.

Ask about our optional micro loan that can be used towards:

✔ Education and training
✔ Exam or licensure fees
✔ Credential assessment
✔ Supplies and materials
✔ Almost anything you need to return to your career!

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To be eligible, you must be a:

  • Resident of Alberta or Saskatchewan

  • Permanent Resident, Canadian Citizen, or Convention Refugee (immigrant living in Canada for less than 10 years)

  • Internationally Trained Professional in a regulated or non-regulated occupation or trade

Register now to receive free one-on-one career counselling and find out more about our micro loan program.

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All Career Loans virtual services will continue during this time; our hours of operation remain the same at 8:30AM – 4:30PM (MT) from Monday to Friday. Please contact us if you require assistance outside of these hours.